Brown Songlark - Corcoran's Lane

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Subject: Brown Songlark - Corcoran's Lane
From: Judith Hoyle <>
Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2009 11:13:32 +0000
Hi All

Just thought I should also post a mention of a Brown Songlark seen last Sunday 
about half way down Corcoran's Lane in the left hand paddock (facing towards 
the main road).

Gavin and I dipped on the Red-backed Button-quail but, along with the Singing 
Bushlarks and Plum-headed Finches, were quite chuffed to see a displaying male 
Brown Songlark.  Great views of it flying and perching on top of a twig.

Not that uncommon, I know, but this is the first time we have seen this species 
in our local area.

Kind regards


Judith Hoyle
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